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Full text of "Superintendents of the Yellowstone National Parks Monthly Reports, March 1932"

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(May, iy2'J) 



UNITED STATES 
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 
Yellowstone national park 



File No. 



M i: T II L Y REPORT 
•cfc, 1932 





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IMPORTANT 

This file constitutes a part of the official records of the 
National Park Service and should not he separated or papers 
rithdrawn without express authority of t he official in charge. 

All Files should be returned promptly to the File Room. 

Officials and employees will be held responsible for failure 
o observe tin si ■ rules, whichare necessary to protect theinteg- 
ity of the official records. 

HORACE M. ALBRIGHT, 

liKnmnrrimn.^mci ir.. "—741" DlTdiOT. 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK 

YELLOWSTONE PARK. WYO. 

ICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 

pAl 5, 1938* 



Tba Dirootor, 

National JPwcfc i*r*Lm $ 
Waning**!, D. C. 

DMT #r* Siraoter; 

following it * raport of taa aottrlUaa of tba Y«.Uowat*»o 
National >■«* for tba swath of ;iarob, U 

000 - SSBS^Jk 

010 • The oonyh of {(aroa afialu unloaded lt» feig of tzlaka with all 
kl&c a of aa*tb*r, both tha aarly ml Into p*rte ropraaaiitlai* t&« lion 
s»?o than Ifct li*ab« metlonlly «wory day of t»* aostth aaa a to ray, and 
it looted *a if "oW raan *4nt«r* would aarar depart. 7a* entire p»rte 
exparleaeed a «jeet deal of a#w anew and the loeeet tetqaeratarae tor 
the winter aero r*oorded # It waa not until tha lant day of tha aonth 
to it there «M ft r»ul alga of osorlae* 



0*0 - General leather Joadi Uo*a 



She Honthly omr tenperatuje for Marea w*a 21*4 de«reee» /hie 
a»«i !• 4*9 d<H;reea below tha :iareh aoraul tastgwrature, »ad only 0*4 
degree above the month of JOkr** xy# 19&*» It me the ooldeat Maroa la 
tb« laat 19 yearei area, 191?, iiaviag * aeaa temperature of 14.8 
degreee, tba lowest oa reoord* The loweet Kdniswa tanpesmtare of the 
viator, -19 degreee, wan roeopdod oa tha XI ta of iiaroa* She hi^aeat 
temperature of the aonth woe 49 dogrooa, <*x tba : lat. Mettaar the 
mil ana aor tba atAiaua for the aonth «ipproaohed the rooora extrexte 
of aroh. Tba <$areh, 1963, aaaUNR aaa exaaeded by temper aurae regla- 
tarod oa too 87th sad S8ta of ^ebruhry, 61 aad 86 6egre<*e, reapantlTaly* 
Freeelne tenparaturee eeeurred ewery nlsht la > : ereh until too 3lat, abaft 
tba aiiiwwTa for tha £4 houre aaa 56 degree. Cm the otbar hand tharo 
aora bat 10 days during the aenth titan the m*wtana tampavatura fallad 
to riaa above tba frooalag point* rbaao daya ««ra tba lat to llta, 
lneluelva, axaaptiag tita li| upon anion aate«»ptad -Wte tba wxjiarn 
aaa 66 dagrooa* 4aea Jaaa«ry lat tba » baa baaa aa arara«i dally 
dafiaiaaey la taaparatura (aa o oayar a d aitb tba aoomalai of c«6 dograoa. 



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awe m* very fre<$*ont. The dally fells were uwaUy lifcht, 
but totaled they uiweuntea to 8d.® inches for tho aonth, which 1« between 
10 .nd U laches mrv than average* '£fce water oontaittad In then, hotrsvwr, 
as act &reat Is raaount, end the total aonthly pr*oi;«iV tion, which in- 
o lade a all water that foil* la any fern, was only 1*83 inches* This asouat, 
Salle *»re th*a we hare had sine* 11»8 la 'torch, Is 0*45 laeh let* than 
aomfcl, Paly 0*07 In eh fell la rein* There ears 1© days upon which .01 
laeh or ao re of precipitation occurred, bat the greatest eaount la a* 
hoars was only 0*13 laeh* oa the 84th* Ills greatest aaowfall of the aonth 
5*0 laches, la the 24 hoars ending at 6 p*m* of the 1st, 



the clear daja aaaoered ties., partly cloudy, six; sad cloudy, SO* 
las percentage of possible sunshine was 3d* southeast sua the pasvallla* 
wind direction, end the average hourly wlad aotsnoat aaa 8*8 alias* with a 
ro&xlnua velocity for a flre-olaute period, oa the eorreted 4-cup aaenmtator 
basis, of 3? allee per hoar* 

attached ho re to is ;t>aa 1030 "Monthly ^ateorolccieal attjatarjr 
prepared by >&r* . T* uthrap, jsteorologlst at stewaoth Hot Oprlags* for 
the aoath of sSarea. 

0*1 - In the gar* 

-■■;areh c»sae la blastery *md went out the saws way* The heavy 
snowfall continued throughout the aoath la the interior of the pur*. 
3y the end of the loath a great deal of saow had disappeared around gfessjotfe. 

From figures eoaapiled for the past 8 years for saow doptha at 
the and of -arch each year It will be noted that this year shows the 
boavieet depth. These figure are as follows: 

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The Aborts figures di solos* on average snow depth at the end of 
Mar ok as follows; 



,1988; 1926 : 1 027; I93g; 1939: 1930; 1951; 

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seals 1/2 Inch • 30 inches 

028 - la approach as to park 

The Ll Tin s» ton -Gardiner road wis In excellent condition all smth. 

The .Snake -Hire r-tforan road Is covered with snow, ranging ia depth 
from 4 to 7 feet* The iiobaek Canyon road is open to travel. Teton Pans is 
traveled by sled. 

Sylvan Pass has boon open and closed for within I utiles of ...ylvan 
Pass danger station during the Month. The average depth of snow blocking 
this road is M Inches. 

The west Yellowstone- .ah ton road is still blocked with heavy snow. 
The Union Pacific snowplow opened the railroad on March IS froa .ah ton to 
lest Yellowstone. 



023 - In nearby . tates 

After leaving Yellowstone Park and the territory adjacent snow is 
nowhere encounter «d except in the high passes. 



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XOO - <miai*trauaa 

UO - sfti u* of ork 

Tho work la all dopartemnto ma k«pt ourroat and by tho and of 
tho month work m« started or tho 1*3* o*tls*» % m* pnaalnltt to gran* 

nono lonvo during mo month. Thla mm dan© to mroJUl tao aooemlty for ill 
onployooe to nook loor* aoar tho and of th* yo*r whoa, tfc.ratt;{h tho ?xraatlnc 
of sack 1o«*tp, MM -wrk Iff almyo laplv«&» 

Oloxfc i%raamt -main dopartod on loam «n tho ft&rd, to to am* 
until pril ?• 

Siipo?l«iton4mt ?o,U m\* la .'fcwrsr during tfco swath on work la oaa- 
nootlaa *lth propoood p.rm aad rawmnwotw and on mo »5th took laavo until 
tho «ad of toe tmnth anon ho dopartod lor Hot ^priago, ttmmamt, •• nttono 
tho eoaforosoa of p«rk «*porin t«*&tn to *hlsh mo 90a«duX»d for Apia *-«• 

I* - P ark laapeot, oao by 

121 - MHi frg«r*at?ndoat 

noting Superintendent .dm rda aado mo uoual inspection* around 
noadonartex* during tna wmth «nd atdo tripa to Livingston oa tao 5th, 16th 
aad tStfa, tao first to take ;»#»r«« illntt aad ©otea to tan train, the 
aoooad tint to at tana aa ;m«rioaa J.*£i<an neeting *&<* **« third tls» to 
attend a neotlag of the Georise nahlaema oalearatlon oojmittee* Tripa 
aora aloo nana to i woula on tao 19th 9 to Billings on tho Vth, to joaemm 
04 the 2 Jtel, aad on tho £9th ho dopartod t&r aot iprlnea, rfcunoaa, to attand 
tho amp ar lntaadaate* eonferaneo, 

1JS - national *'urk iiortioa uffioare 

Ufa U &• TUlatt. .al of eoountant for tan Hatlanal Park orrioe, 
aad hi a aaeletaat, -r. ilereert ootea, both of tao -aa&lngtoa cffiee, mo 
arrived in tao pirk m .^ohmaqr SO , dopartod on ^araa B far lad Cam rational 
Park onroato to innhlngton* 

D. H. iadeen, >uporrtoor of lid Ufts :<eaoureee for tho National 
. *rk -»rrl a*, .irrtvod In MM Pat on mTeH I mm HMtl temt amm* ttU of 
Hit I mi a and dopartod tho following day. 



X. B« aiddtaga,of tho :«f»r offlm of *» «. S« vouthor Barom, 
am rod on nWml Si t» nako a lnsp so^loTi of tfe* lo 3&1 mtitinnr aaxaaa off loo. 
Ho dopartod on tho 83rd, 

Gloa ^alth, of tho daacaila office of tho U. J. Jom^t yji-rim, 
apnn.t coo lay horo, Nteroh fA, 



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Bnlanot 

40/1433 T«llo*rtoiia Sationrt 
Pa**, 1930-:sl 



Balaaot 

49/0433 YollOiwtoa* rational 
Park, 1929*30 



497,715.00 

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, .00 177.^97.40 

44.474.4 4 



448.700.CX) 

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4 X 434 Hood* «nd Trail a, 
national Pair* 



$ »,545.840.18 



41/8405 £em »nn »y itosonat. & 
I. F. P., 1931-32 



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121,335.49 
U1.&35.44 



41/2404 *or««t >ro taction and 

:tr* xoionttoa, 1931-32 14,300.00 



Balance 

4 3 470 XatlOn&l Park ^wrfloo 
DO&atlOlUI 



100,211.43 



Balance 



3 I60.2il.33 



4 x 409 jctenaion of later ?«•& 
iaailltiea of yeUowton* 



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12.022.50 

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140 - l^bor situation 

*Hft the appsarunea or * fa* mm daya nan atsrtad lx&to th* 71.1k 
•oaklng amnloyawnt and * xraabar of th*» **£!«** at watt of Jlae la aaoroa of 
wortr« -lrwedy the torn of Gardiner la all we with atxwagera la aearoti of 
•uployipent* Rotor before aata no raoaiwed 00 nasty appllaetloite and thoro 

Ml fawer vaeeuelo* to fill thia yaaj ♦ wit v.pp*ura thai Mm aaployaant 
altot&tic& t;tU be truly erltloal thia aprlac and MMMfe 

ISO - ^lpa»t end fmOloa 

The :-t©y*h*yt*e reeelvad and dlatrlbuted 4 anrlcftdc of egg eo&l to 
the quarter*, a^ope aad offlea building. % eaaorwnft or srooerlee, 1146s* 
aftlptaaat, aaa reeelwed and added to atock. one oarXoaA of alfalfa hay wue u n l oad ** 
from tha »• ?. aiding at Elaotrlo *ad delivered to tha Oase* iYemortatloa .*neh« 

Htm Property tawontory ha a bona delayed due to the a&pai r* belss 
mde to fi.ti equipment* ;io«T»r, nil effort* hare been 01 rioted townr* a 
completion of a a Xaveatory of jcpeadable v>ek, -and a report will bo made 
early la prtl oa both equipment and augpllae* 

Storehouse iiuuee hate lacr«**ed v.terlally during tha montfc # duo 
to tha raao4«liii£ of quarter** 

170 - **l&aa« maaa and aarraya 

3ask a*4»r bhla It am at*v;«i *t*u *i* the preparation and oheakt??* of 
oatlmA'*}* for tha 1*54 aatiaftt«a f pffOpKAlttiy ^rfe or, *%• Mfe *Yaloye*«it 
ilea. »md e*tiT»*tea aad war* pl*a« for tha 19&£ season. 

190 - -'Aroalay g, l»a'*J* a ^hllotty g ull^tiag , gte * 

&renl*r Ho* 1 ma lean** ^i»rJ. «sc.ta ■ >7 tt a*t«M*»om 

hereto, mora «i ao laaue of fetKM Hot**, tail eopy ftsr the next nuaber haa 
boaa prepared* Ko arena releasee **r# eeat out during the swath, 

MNI - lyUMMMj - iMKHKhM! aad Row ^natr aotlqc 

■ ■.■^ ■^^^■ .p ii n.w ».a a n ■ 1 ■■■#%—— wail i f » n m* m v* mtw» mmrmi* r *fx*m ^— «^-a>«* i n 11 h i— ■ 

&>ed malateanaoe aaa eonriaed to tao C^Hlaar-eonaoth soeUos .ad 
•oaalatod of alaarlae draiaa^a «tiM«htiaf, «l<9anlas up alldoe of alaor 
latportaAOa ot oo.rl'ma poinis aloa^ t$*» route, «td th« raaotni of anew 
fanoaa voat mam ae lonfeor n :»y# 

Car^ro^a.T ,jiog» The Waafjg Oarpaatar waa tajagaf la «acarcJL 
amlatoaaaaa aorlc In a/noua uuartAra, 

Painting Japarwat : o -k la thla dopartnaiit ooaaleted of aaxLag 
floora, i»ilntliw, and paporln^ «ulla t 1 ylwe llaolou^ putting la window glaaa t 
ata«, la wusioaa quartans* 



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Another **r of garbagj can container. 



Phtai&ag Doportwoat i Tha Optra Won art aalatoaaaoo of th* satar, 
old boating systons woo onrrlod out oo usual* Cosaldorualo latarast 
has sooa asalfosted la the aeo typa of #&rba£* son ooatoiaor watch to In 
use &t 4<iswot&* ,n oxpsrioont has ©aoa triad witfa th* piaolaf of the o&ns 
la a ooaerots clock oo that thay arc froo of noisstatloa by saara* TAls has 
prorea Tory snocossfttl ; nt the oono 01*0 hidden 00 that taoy 00 aot pwooat 
ha unsightly appearance, itiotograpae of the eae la moo la the took of too 
Jeff* residence are attached to thle report* 

ahOB»l 7^0 fe£loita& e^ijtteat has been overhauled and itaso read* 
for eerrtoe darla& too south of ^aroat Tracks i>oa. 512, ais t 9X5, 519, 5E2 9 
88£« 858, BTC, 541, 94*, 5&% 594, .'*?, MB, 580, 3&B, 88?, 588 and MA* 
Qao wssvtvbls horfto mcH for ISmh Ml eaA on* Jbjaft &»uel f fire trailer has 
aeon aeauflRCturad. 1*0 ana too wheeled trailer for transporting dloo harrows 
ao uood b> the oiling orao* In addition to the feboio tuo usual r-j^lr of 
OQUlptPO>nt la <*?#tj tlon cad t?va repair of r^all tools ha* gene forward. 

>.l oetr.tc.il «:^r- -strleiai and alo asl stoats 

111 111 ill n «■— <*w «—»i» 

sore ae ea god on oloetrie^l wlrinc, iasteillng base plui,s la teseua, reparian 
flais telephones and taking inventory. 

a» - Sow, ooafftruott^ 

So ce&stxuetioa projects woro antir* striae th* smth. 
1 fit las of other MBMMl * & **** ^^ 
- nbllft oerwie* Qfrnt rtsctors 

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r». /jinn S. irryor, oao of too o aara of too Park curio f&op, 
arrlTod la the park oa iters •. 1? to sntor Into negotiations with .-. «oros 
*sittsksr for too purchase of oil InUrests et taaneta «ad Oanyoa. IwataMn 
ag r a r ss ro t «sj reached and oa tfc* 19th ttrs* ryor left for aaUlagton to 
reset we th* tppnvmi of tta 'Vopcrtncnt to this transfer of park oparttioa, 
the approval of the ;jepartei*nt was received and It 1<? imdcr stood I -s. 

or will total oror . vltto)«ir»s oonoossloas In th« pmk uftor prli 1st* 
4r» Faittaksr oporatas a ssaoral stora, gasollns ft 11 la* statloa sad houss- 
kooplae o«olas la sat Yollosstoao, i^oatona, («ad plans oa con »;..-i»tru tint; als 
offorts to tbs oporaUoa of his tuslasos nt (fast x>olnt« 

513 - icnodul w of aotos 

T"h« apamTa . .1 .mm Patt Untl Goaoay for tao 

lost season or* rooalrrt. :T.ay oro tao saao as wars la sffOst Ust year. 



**> - aaUoas, y* . osasaions af XI Kinds 
•a 4H0 follonia^,) 



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400 Flora, fauna and natural ghanomona 

410 - ,nejpa»>- »aturallst and guide sorrlsa 

The usual activities wro carried cm £urin* the mouth, or* ml rangers 
hare taken their leave and »e*erul oore a till out on leave at the ond of arch. 

Ro game count sue attempted this putt month dus to eeether eoaditione. 



The Chief waiter r$>turaeA to Mnoaoth fro» ths Buffalo ;«*neh on tfarch « 
follouias tht trip to Canyon via Norria* The balance of the month sea spent by 
him ob his ftuties ia ifeaweth pertaining mostly to plans for the coming sinsner 
seascu. 

440 - Hseoua aervioc 

Ihs felloalng report is submitted by tho ^ctiag ?*rk Staturulist for 
the month of Harsh i 

I. current operation 

B» MMffMP flaturalist staff 

The appointment of fifteen roarer aafcu&liat*, who aerved during 
1931, has bsofi requested. ..soap tea as isplios h^tum boon received from sight) 
all of shorn novo soon sent dinger SatumUat .t&muola. ^ooomaond^aans ft>r tho 
six waoaaoiee have beea hold ia abeyance pending further investigation. Oao 
ranger neturallat position is bslng sacrificed for a a asai stoat to Geo nee 
.right. Total raaisr naturalist positions to bo fillod during lv<3e, 21. 

II. remanent Mojeete 

9* Mature Hot<ts 

Copy has bsoa pmpexod for tho 4sroh issue and tho stencils oat. 
■a sooa as tho lliu stations are draw, ths publishing mill be aomplotad sad 
laaas anllei. itogueate from 3£5 paopls hare boon received to continue their 
aomsa oa tho Ha tarn Kotos mailing list, exelueiva of government distribution. 

rrustioaliy tho entire south has boon devoted to toe Ubxary 
project by Junior ark jKatumllat Siarm - . a&ggiey, with tho esalstsaee of a 
stenographer for half of the Urns «a! that of ding ><&rk Katuxaliet coherer 
mpj lansjej Beratoker •;], iMaWoW |»g*Afclm. gig eemltlehml nooke Ml 
valuable pamphiete wore asosaaloned , bringing the' total up to 1950. Library 
Catalogues vera graciously loaned fron the .ubiic Ubrary of Uvlagston thus 
one »Ua g the ordsriag of 1..A. sards for the permanent catalogue of the fellow- 
ha It anal Pa*k Ubrxry. .seven full daya, including janday and eeveiul 
lings, sore spent on this part of t^s work cod sards for 470 books wore 



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ordstod from the U.brury of Congress* Cmt of this mfeir 406 wrt cm hand, 
38 idll b» seat *s soon as la etook and 3& ar» aot, and nil! not, be 
art-liable* III oarda reoelred hato boon eheoked against tae dupliOate orA«r. 

the permanent pamphlet file lo now aoavloted with a* rda for 
appromlantttly SOQ old books and panphlete srltten, fend filed la the pameneat 
catalogue. Any of too pnaphlete voro bona* la paper binders, there tola* so 
fund with uhich to purohaee cardboard binders* 

Ml v^vvMft><v one? ji etsoap a#4# wvtp a^*% ^a j*j«n> «aajai ■e* , ^eme«eatP'^e> jK^anauw^eseov woa? npame»^PeTe> ^nskSMsV amo?eame*ao> a^asv 

the shelves of the regular library sere written and pasted* ^il books la the 
nostra bars not bosa arranged upoa the aoall&ale aimlf apnea aoooxdlng to 

aiasaer jsusar Of 9 ■* oe^o* ^^^or^r^e^a-^a^efle* atisa^w^^^^*** ♦ e» ^p>* oa^wt ac ^wb^ vw^si> ■wn^waonm m er^p u^^fe^ff^ "*pie> ••^^^ w^w w^wm st^v^s 

oa the ahelrae end will bs completed as soon so time permits* 

Mo additional work has boon done on too books filed in tat up*rta- 
tendeot'a and .salataflt to the 3*perln«indent's offioee, as the proposed 
attelf space In the laanmnta ;ttteeum has not boon appro tad. 

The 12 rolamoa of datura Notes of serious paifca, anion wore bound v 

■gem ^ ar t^ro^em ^aanTemse^Op^Awssjanmak gj •'•o^p •Bmsaa a) a^a» orem^na^^jjai* s^n s) ^e>nmne> niRaiiesevUjF ^w w 3eje\«h'Tesetemv ^san* umsae nese^ewjav om^pej 

dl books soro In circulation dnrlns the snath* 00 books and pamphlets re- 
ceived during tno smith, 70 of thsss being a glf t from the TOsemlte Hnesom, 
being books pertinent toHfallowstco©, through tno efforts of :>r* 0* P* 
Rus sell and tno cooperation of *iupt*v. 0* Thomson* 81 periodical* rood wad. 

Da -iuaenni r.osossloaa 

sderoeeopio) and th* petri fled wood snsolaam from oalea out. 

•Jityoxyloa- 

:^nroh g » 'Q no narton turned orsr by danger Jurtts sklnnor* 
flaroh &3— ftoa sroy tialn. Xnaav iocbost«r, Kooada t by gift, 1 

spsoiaon leaf iinprossien of oak and 1 spsosasn of Is^f layrsasioa of wlllov. 



area 26— turaod orar, by Ooorge . ..ltfekor, fbnaor aoik ooout. 
i old rifle (a*»d* about lAdojtakon fro* a foaohor la Ootobor* 1907* 

Marsh 18— gift or f&lon liueiflo ^llaty, through the Dlzootor* 3 
nrnno of Tolloastons : ajk showing o&rly routes used* The prosont south «ad~ 
oast ontxanes roads do not appear on the aopa* 

. Aisevia ork 

- photogmnh. sntitlod A ^eoessfUl agat* loaned by «rs* P. H* 
Bottler, Sadgront, aas oopiod* This piotust ons taken la Haydom Valley, nt 
the nUta of the Hoyden .Surveys* 

Poraardod tL ah o pe l i mi t to Dn« t-uwell at Boifcoley. 

Project ion lantern e^uipnont owxbaulsd. and £ eaaytsrt oidsred; 
t.iese to oonoert oorbon burners to iaunn bulbs* 















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Tha reuosstion of Mnsaoth *Siseun la well etarted* I 11 ttle oser 
half of the new flooring baa born laid, the veils cleaned ana p rln o eo a t od 
ob o UtU« over half of the apasa* A now Infom&tlen dsek haa beam roughtly 
planned *nd skstohso* Standard eleetrie at :1m hosbbasn provided uniar the 
floor for the zntseuzt oaao ocvinectlona* Linoleum has boon ordered lor tie root 
i, GfcreteJBHr tfoed h*s given about half of hla tins to thia work* 



A begUning amo undo en Xeboi 0097 ror « fereatry annlblt to bo 
plassd am the sella of the opes eosrt at old lnif»ful« 

a^jj^BNeavsiwi^^s <y. n^^nn ^^^^^n ^^e^a^s <pai e^^^ eT^^ ^^^ ■^■w^n Jr^ ^^^awe w^^na jnt as^e ^*^^ en 4Wr evv* ^n^w *^^p 

Baund Is velunes of aerial pamphlata and aatiixa notes from other parka 

t^eerse^m amain^ssseji^^'^p SPanjMS ^e^^FOP^a^^n va» ^eam^weiam ese*^H"e»ngJe7 n s^Wbapema* ^pejgso) e*^n*^pps *rmasiwmseso> m 

Herbarium apeeliasm oatftlogued, SQQ* 



During the last too months all the mimsogr*phin& work ibr the odaania- 
trutlan offlaea has boon done by thla department, except the raster loaue of 
Mature so too. 

• JtSSLSmTli Tn4l 111 iff* 

Saras colored lantern aUdeo of lelloeetone aueeums sere reeelvad f»n 
&ous«tiomal Hand ass rtera at Berkeley. 

0. Saulanont (none received) 

or* 00 the Id photographic album completed. Including; labeling, 
peat Ins, removal of prints with no no&itlvae (unless of apodal v*luo), re- 
arranging of ebeota under new sublet hsadlnga of the Index ©oaapiled In 
Fsbruery* 



Canal dnmble ttno hen boon epent on publicity photographs tnolndtngi 
selection of deal n bl« pi ate sea from the albume and sending of negatives fbr 
prlnte, refiling of ns&tlvee, organisation of one drawer to hold public it y 
prlnte, prlnte attujut aegutlvaa and bear negatives. Tbo prints are filed 
under eubject, son* &&0 prlnte and negatives sore handles in thia any* The 
filing of reaoved boar negatives, and the compJntlon of tnatr rsaoval from 
the rentier files, ( filed numerioelly) eeteelates the work m wane ad laat 
sinter* 

Sine glnna slates of hiatorls value sore turned ow to this depart- 
ment, Anong than are tao fins liksnossss of mrss Jhi tkmden. The pUtaa have 
ant for prints* 

To ante all photographia work is soaplsts with the aw option of 
t material* Thia oonaludoa e project inaugurated January, 1951, 









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•fating la el roala*iaa 9 JgO. now nac&tliM raoaifud *d ofcuakad 64. 

1. Publicity aLlualay, 

Mo aorfc dona on thia preset daring tha mat 

J. Jalaa yubll Potions 

2tsoala*d fru» t&a Goolaglaa surtoy. MO tapogmpfclo swp. of lallou- 
atoaa Katioaal ?&rx. no a.J*» 



" * \ ff 'BrnT i ffifi ii 

Attine park Haksraliat woman % Msrar *nd ^>wan CurataJrar ilf r*d 
i aad aara on duty tha aatlrs aoath; Junior Pa* Naturalist ilasna &» dNSfioy 
ua* on loom quo -to If day* Custodian &aorga C # Croau, of D«ttU Toaar r.attoual 
onsraant, tr&nafarrad to Tollowtoao ?&tioaul ftric a* . aoistaat r&rk No turd 1st, 
raportad for duty *iroh 34* tha lest tkraa day* of the south ha am baaa Boattna 
to hi* bans vita iHaass. Tha affaotiaa data of Nsa Oroaa'a transfsr la >iaroh Id, 
riot ijiir—n . joharer tounsfar.-»d to Laoaaa Volnunic National Partu :tr* £*a< 
*lll la«a*a Yallousttia* about pril IX* 

440 « Iaaaot CSontrol 

A eonsl&ar&ala aaotstt of tiao h*a baaa spent ay tha .-"orast isalataat 
and raagsrs praparint$ typa isspa that ware ms&a op during tha Hold aaaaoa of 
1*51. 

450 • alwad jlaaaaa Coatgol 

SLoo<i msglm of 32 alk sore t&jeaa by 1111 aa Mi at Lowar ^louga 
;raak tha fore part of J&reh. Tao deer fam shieh had 41 ad la Itosnota ear* 
glTaa post-aorta* easjsla&tiona Sa tha laboratory. 

460 - Slrda 

Tha usual wlatr blrde vara aaaa throughout tha month, auoh aa 
Jl&rke'a Crosa, :&oky ouxitatn Jay, juaoee, wax aiaas, ata. -oifior ogetoa 
raporta seeing a plew ®*l ** tha .-.yl-ftta uaa road ttusp during too aonth, 
ahleh la vary unusual, k tury jomg, Clari»*a Cro* «a* reverted from iiaart 
Laks. This bird ass hardly ablo to fly, whiah lndioites taa aarly nesting 
habits of thaaa bird*. ; aiuna and aneplen ara vary uunaroue uhaiaver any 
daad salaols ara located. Tha too aaaa utile h were oa Foleeat croak laat 
asntfc bare la ft* Tulrtyona aaaa aara eountad oa tha Yelloaetone . iver f»a 
tha !4ad Volcuflo to riahiag 3rtd*a. Thraa aaaaaara atill wlntarlag oa Baehlar 
.laar. ftild aae^os ara laportod aavaral plaaaa la tha latarlor of tha p«rlt. 



Sprloe birda vhloa ht»Ta aaoaa up durla^ tha aoath consist of robiaa, 
blaabixda, rad alnga, hU«k birda aad aa&doa Ivrtta. 



7ary largp auaoara of aatorfoal oja baiac raportad oa all rlfar* in 

taa pi*k. 






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470 * ftlWftX* 

,11 &nianla at pr**mt ara la & fair aondition. '^wwc« aoatitiona 
an* gradually improving «• tha not iwoadna alone tha ri*%r tonka «ad on 
via hillsides. Loaana of at a tar kill aatinala viU b« ha* tier than ft>r 
aafaral yaara* 

JLkjr Tha faaaing of alk, whiah ana dl an? ntlnuaft on tha Ctana 
rraaar** tion -amah on faaroary £8, ana a«ala at*rta4 on Nn*8n 7 and dla~ 
eostinnad a^ila on NMh 19* Throa h«nd*ad oik naro on the feed fcroania 
during that period, -lerea tone of Say ama taken from the atoek at Majenotn 
far the feeding of the alk duflng that jar iod. . eajrlo&d of hay *aa unloaded 
at the Omm PreoerTa tioa Kan an on NNffc Si* Then Hay ana pwrahaaad by the 
entaaa 3tata Gant Depwrtaant. loading ama earned on at Oaidiner durin* 
the entire nonta. The naater of elk fad at Gnidiaer ranged frow 100 to dOO 

Hay at tha V&&T 3lou£fr Creek suaeh ma fad up on the ,39th. the 
alk la tani jaovad down to Loeer ;ilon«fe Creek shore or tha Slat 1S00 of 
theae naimle en*e being fod* 

fteataar oonditlona ear* isitah th&t an alk eeantwa* not a ttarapted 
daring ifre a*mth. uovavar, tha want ana nana of tha Gallatin hard* tola 
ooant aaa aaAe In oooperatioa «dth tha Montana state Sana Departweat and 
tha anont gsnrfloa* tha oonat of the Oullatin hard ia &» fellona; 



drainage 



Yelloentone Pa & abaft* 

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3eat ai<ie -3*13* tin" 



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Sites Total eouated«*. 
Total eatlmted. 



as? 



Hfeere are 120 elk in tha Seehler Kiwr region whiah during tha 
fore part of fc*e ncmttt were 3» mry bad ««tfttion Sue to the lack of feed 
Ml tha great depth of «no* ^tlch heM than la the ereok bettos*. It ma 
seeoeenry In eawliiR tbaoo elk to out a largfr amfeer of fir and «proo« traaa 
which t&ey toele to «ia loofl r*ry medlly* *a cf&d weather «ot in la tar la 
tha nooth^it wae peeal bl« lor thaoo elk to walk ©a th« an©* nad neve to 
other tarri tory where forage eon&itloae owe eenaiderably batter, and at 
tha pxoewt Una are tetlne nne* 



foe mmm condition aa abewe exiated on Jvak vr»t*k at seat Yellow- 
atona but wir.-s wmlfcer at the aa4 of the math opened up a ©oaeiaere»hie 
a oant of territory alone the ereek bettea and tha oik wore able bo forage 
tor thOMMlrea* lioaorar, I *d -h* Mention that a few t r a aa war* elao cut la 
(feat wlcinity for feeding of thee© elk* 

lae a» porta fro* tha Jae&eea Mole country dlaoloaa a tet*a of 
19 v 66o elk* Thle oount an© obtained by ^iralaaa aad «>y patrol a. Trot*, all 
ladlootloaa and frow report© raoairod t&ere la ao doubt but what tha oount 
of gna© by airplane will erextatdly prora e*tt* factory aa aaa abowa la the 
oeaat as takes la tha laekiOB iiole aoumtry* 

loaaee of elk to data la a a foUowat 



. reaerTuttoc. :u«ch - - - • 12 
Gardxaer- •--•-•-••••!! 
Uallroartoii ••--•--•-•» 
sank- iYtee - — .--•--• a 
iJadtw: idea — ~---~ s 

Jeehler Hirer --•-.----- 4 
>orrl«- •»•••••♦•••*• a 

ah oo to n* Leka • .^-.^ X 

lower mile •••••••••« a 

Pj py ai . lou^a Jreek •••••• 1 

Lower ;<1ou*£l .reek -••.--«!§ 

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Buffalo Janata, - - - - 4 
Gallatin ------« 

Pftllean Croak m - m - | 
naanoth •------! 

GfQDd Gaayaa - - - - 8 

lellowatoae UTar - - 4 



Doart The door :nsn oome through tbe wlator in & fairly «ood 
tion S3 at the preaoat Un« azu aell »o»t tared orer the northern 
yaage* *orty-fliu dear vara fi*d at :-fe.*a?ta Hi* fare part of the aontfc 
but at the and of the aoata only at wore rotustilag thor* dally for their 
ratione* .-a aTer&fi* of lfc# of ©ottoheeod oak* and 135, of aay aaa fod 
dolly to tea deer at iasawth* Loaaoe of doer eooalet of IS la Hellroarln£* 
one et 3eohl*r &*»r, S la Manaota, 1 at I^aer si la and 3 at Gaxdinar* 



laooaai lie aooaa count* *j» available fee to theae anioala drift- 
lag during toe pant Month* •iowa*©T, thoae anlnaln eeaa aure noted to bo 
la good condition vltabthelr forage oaadltlcna f«lr. 

telopei !■ bjrtfc 1 and I M ISfJiM count Ml jMMfml in 
whlca only M an counted. HI on the e&at aide of the tallow* tea* l*sr 
aad Via balance betaeea Sard la er nod \oaaa creek* "taoao aniaale nay bo 
aoaa at the aad of taa noath oir«r till the country betaeen sweaoth ead the 
MM IMtflMEMi RMttli im ufJUKtai 1 H UltlJmlH IWlHI I MMl fee* r -^ 
wry near fttture* Taa eaadltloa of taa antelope la noted aa fulr aad 
forage condition a are fair* 

fkooo* 42 aheap vara oouatoi la the vicinity of Jieer creek oa 
arch £1* j«?un aaeep vara oountad la the <a*rdln*r Canyon oa *ierea 12* 
taoae sheep *i» no lad to bo la ftlr condition* *oiage oondltlona acn fair* 
Twelve aoantela cheep ear* alao counted la the Gallatin during the tin* 
that taa *lk count aaa la progsona* so data 1 available oa too roaar 
Falls ahecp* 



3nrf&lo : The lament nanbea of buffalo fad oa t)*> :*iffao uanea 
during taa noath ana 940* There aora atgaa at this oaaa tlao of aaparoslaataly 
SO oa Uppar Hilar Orook* Tnalr catdlttoa ama notad aa r»ry «>ol. Qua buffalo 
oalf dlad during tao nonth t nMoa atlsaa a loan of 8 far tala aintar* 



.^:11 .jU.li 8 Ita uVsar **re aoan <t east :nu.^ .i t ^na of 
aad rabblta aia plentiful orar tba ootlra park* amiv*r arc aalag reported 
froa taa vsadlaoa mA OaUatla .<lTara* on apaalaaa dook la taa Oallotla 
dlatrtat Jtho baavar ora falllag lodgapola plaa rattkar taaa tha aapaa 
ahlah ara aa T+l ;aal« for food aa aay other. 

B uffalo and vthar uatoh ^otlvltlea t aufiklo Hauaa op«utloaa 
alatad uaialy of t» faadlag of the buffalo* Jiaaa b f f alo oa tha raaaa 
ware fod a tot*l of US t<aia of hay aad a ,300 pouada of eottoueeed oako 
durlns taa aaath of ureiu 

^oadlae of elk uad dear aaa oaBlad aa at taa Gardiner ftaaoh 
durlaa the entire aaath, heading of elk oa crypar oloaih Ciook aaa dla- 



oontlauoA oa *irch 89 *a*n tho hay a^pply ***• out and at tha proaant tiaa 
all of the aaUaaa ia tt*t vicinity uro beta* fa4 at the '^wr lou^h Craak 
Raacfc* S*o* i-Jaraa 7 to I ft l&cltmiy« fetdlng ma eaiyioA on at tha am* 
T*airratloo .etch alth h&y wMca «ts i*ul*i frost tho stock at .AJWoth. 
At t&o ja«MRt ttfl» titer© to oao carlma of Juy at tlM» <kn« ?r«aara.ttto» 
ftmoa which mo gortifcaoaa by th« Montcaa state 0«nt ^opartaoot. 



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460 - astHskitefflss* 

am extended trip over the hot apria*:* foroatloaa at ktuaeotb by 
the Acting Park Naturaliat oa Haroh 21 retooled the following ohaagee cad 
oondltleaa: 

Hrmon rorraoc - wry active on tha northeeet iuce; lurge area covered with 
yellow ana pink algae; dopoelt la a heavy, eoft, white, friable trcrvortine* 
Center toy pool dark brown la color, w& wry 11 ttla runoff. Kate toaporotore 
at en* of report. 

jta - activity about the aaraa la volutes aa during :*ebruury, but runoff haa 
apraad raora (at leant $3 foot) to tho oaat of evlla Tbusfc* a carve-in of 
depealt noted a little above and to £he weat of *vila Tfcurab. color, brownlaa- 
graoa t note temperature at and of report. 
ilnarfa Terrace • no activity, a teen or water* 

Monad Tarraoa * wry *etiva oa tho top. aouth. aad 9 with the run-off divided 
to the' oaat and to the went around the aouta end. Color. llfcht to dark brown • 
Large volume of water flowing from rant a. 

Pulpit Tarraoa - no activity - Merely watted by rue-off from muoA Terrace* 
^aln Tarraoa * about the aawo aa during February; three new. very email out- 
braaka of hot water noted oa ridge we at of the top of :<ous4 ermee. 
aa.ua springe - aaelna filled, win pool dark blown la color, no run-off to 
aouth we at. The now apring at the north 9n<l (reported ^obruary 1) haa now 
reached conal dor able alio* Thara la a central opening, with a number of 
amaller open Inge alone * crack five or aix feat long, aepoaltlag material 
rapidly, water light blue la color* Mote temperature at and of report. 
JUplter prlnga - aotiwa in only two plaoee, the extr eme north end couth end a; 
flow about the eame aa during lubittary. the rwault of weathering action waa 
very evident oa the oaat face of Jtapltar* Color pr*dominatlag"»llgat to dark 



Aaaal Torraco - activity oa the top not oa violent aa during jfebruary, groan 
algae aroeeat at the back* Nov outbreak at tho couth end near the top la 
quite active, and undoubtedly the eater supply (Or thle haa docreaaod tho 
flow from the top m&ia springe* v-ater now epurtc froa tho erack la the trail 
for Qfr two feet* a posit rapid aad soft* .^dominating color lmnedl&tely 
adjacent to hot apriaga - yellow; at a distance • orange to light brown. «ne 
of the old baaiaa at tho foot of Angel are filled with water* 
Barrow Pause Torraco - alaoet quiescent* 

lleogatra Torraco - tho outbreak aoar tho center of tho north fnee contlwmai 
about the eene aa duriag foaroary. Colors, yellow and light groan aad brown. 
Plainly vlaible from ttaaaoth. Bote tenparature at cad of report. 

tlie old terrace back of the 2U chela 1 tonaia court ia filled with 
water, with very little overflow* 

The moot notable chaagea duriag tho month are the aew outbreaka at 
Angel Torraco and fee deereaeed flow from the min apring; and the Increased 
activity of the apring at the north end of Mac 3prlnga. 



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Ts»pera%t»a taicea prU X, 19&« 

SEHL- P^y 9V»1«*»» *foff ^» 

New spring otlve ^ff iplng Jlew spriag 

K.^. eornor old sparing H« end osntor :♦ tad 

71«5w 72.0 t8«y 'j 73*6 G 

71.0 72.0 7M 75.11 

71.S 71 ♦a 72.4 74.0 

71,5 78.0 7S.0 W.9 

73.0 

■ n —i ii ' I H I '» UK m i' n » I ii i»i i i i » ma I m i n i n i m il ■ I. h i h i h i » n i I limrn 

Mm 

71.3°C 71.9°C 7t.7*C TS*t*e 

A standardized themoraeter (100° C) of the Oeatrel . ciaatific coapeny 
mi need. The taeraoaaatar in* read while oosapletoly ictaaraod In the enter, the 
reading taken at right angles to the direction of the therjaesaatar* r&adings 
were taken by tao different Individuals independently of eaeh other. 
toapa ra tares taken at aa?a» depth (10 in.) la opening* of the springs. 

The awst reeent outbreak, 3lu* ^springe, l« the hottesti then 
Cleopatra, which la aaxt la age. tao tsapnrftlMroa arranged by elevation of 
tho eprtn£», shows the lowest elevation to have tao lowest temperature, and 
Inereaslag with elevation. There aaay be no 'slgalfloance to this statement. 

lUs obaerv^tlona show da finitely that tho newest spring he to tho 
higheet tempers ture a, and thaoo v?i*y abound 72°>;« 

It la suggested that temperature readlnijsi of thaoo springs bo taken 
awnthiy, vhlen would show tao sapidity of cooling and 1 to relation to tho 
volume of water. 

rfoasla Oeysar aasla 

«—*— '> m i » ii rn i «i I —»—>«»—»—» 

Observations by ftmge? >*rtis Miner oa larch 30 asd ML 

aaarald iprlafl - funnel eavity filled with water, boiling vigorously from tho 
three vsnta eoastantly, with eruptions 2 to o* hi<jh at laterwnle of about 
one hour. 

instant Geyser - arapta every 4 xinu-ee. 
Lodaa Peyser - eery active. 
clouts 'an • ln&atlve. 

«* - ».gH» jg£jy«yw» . aajsagft 

Travel for the wontb eo*ei*te4 of 1W visitor* tas Tiling in Vt oars. 
rrevel to date caputs ff 7380 visitor* tnvaUag in gdija cur* s* coa^r** 
Hth 5527 visitor* traveling in 1W5 oats last year. 



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Nt*«fe 9 • aotart iilll, ****** 4tfct« Omi rnWUn, *o«<Mj*ni«l by 



i4arcai 17 - *uh% ;'. rjor, ,-nrfc operator* imparted '4*roh !»• 

dOO - trot—tic^ 

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F|r« pTOte«tioa operation* fbr tfc« «mt& oon*Ut*4 of mkiag 
for Tiriow tools, *»peirlns tools, mrtelag talkie ot», oto. f *s propa** Ut» 
for the <*<mlm« flro inim, 

MO - JftmoMcm of gr^tory »ftlomlf 

Oft* ooyot* vao killed durlag tn» mattta sad It mo fouad tuat tho 
akla oao is wjr uaprlm* «mHU«. 10? aeyo too aowt Oooa d««tro^»d t&ls 
wlat*r to Aftt* ao 00090J0A rtta 85 iter «*« •«« paoriod laat yaar. 



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900 - ;a»g»Uaa«ottfl 

Koapita ft Had leal ?*^T le ^ : Jr * J ** a ******'• Kealdent Phjelelaa, 
reports as folloesT" 78 ottim visits; 92 hm visits. 

Poet Off lee* Usual eintar conations prevailed, and nothing special 
to report. 

3mroh ..>orvlees » ii&ster sarvicaa wore a all in the chapel :.u*2ay 
evening, &roh ht, by ,:«▼. ;.. . ;>jsith. Oeo ;vionday evening, Uerch 28th, in 
the Ledge jioo*, by .-(•▼• abater u Oletaent. 



A aaatlng of the Xontil ch^ter of feh* Xaeak Fulton Loa#t* woe bold in 
the Oateea on the 18th but as so fa* araabera ware present no bueinses of 
iaporfesnoe mi transected. 

Trends P. «ylmco, employed as la boxer In the ooRrdesary depart- 
tsent, <«s sstrried la Livingston, ontano, on inarch 18 to loo Eleanor DuChaney 
of Uviagaton, :tontaaa. 

a danoe for a—hers of too -Jaaaoth c casualty mi held at tbo Canteen 
on the ni&at of i&roh 19* A good crowd. was la attendance and everyone present 
■ o iwi i l to have spent a aost eajoyabla evening* 

Charles A. Groan, who v*a alloyed Sa the liatlonnl Park .*rvic* since 
1934, r* signed fr«a his position as auttxaoelle Mechanic effective at the oloaa 
of ^Serea la* Mr. Green la going Into business with itr. Geor a /ilttaker at 
eat Yellowstone. %m* Green for a number of yeers ma the teacher of the 
a s nool at genaoth and pro*ed vary popular with both p*a*enta and pupils. The 
aouple will a* alaaed la the eossnmity. 

• Claude a. <5oor«, of iherldan, yoraine, toe eel ee ted fro.* civil 
service register to fill the vacancy of automobile mechanic created by the 
resignation of Qmmsmma .< Croon. *r* iSooro arrlTod In the park on '*$arch 21 
and an tared oa duty ^pril 1* 

eetine of attil eervioe eaployeea eaa held la the ;unteen oa March 
88 with a riee to increasing aanbership in the federal ^p^oyaea* union* Frae- 
tleally oTeryose present indicated a willingness to join the or&mixation and 
plans are being formulated for establishing a branch in the p>3fc. 

Awnioml aaa received fjoa mshlnstoa to aake a flat charge of 45# 
par meal for ell aesls eerve.i through the Goveranent msaeee la the parte to per 
diem employe *a, regular employ eea ad t ran slants. 

Tory truly your a, 

Joseph Joffa 
•& mating Jup*rinuindsnt. 

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10-157 
JULY 1929> 



UNITED STATES 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 



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TR AVE L REPORT 



National Park for the month of 



IttJICB, 1W* 




This 

Month 

Last 

Year 



Last 
Travel 

Year 
To Date 



Increase for 
Travel Year 



Number Percent 



'RIVATE TRANSPORTATION: 

!ars first entry, ftg 

!ars reentry, UM 

lotorcycles, . 

To + a1 motor vehicles ijf*. 

'ersons entering via motor 

ehicles, X55 7580 

erscns entering via other 

rivate transportation, .... 

Total persons entering via 

private transportation, . . . MB 7M0 

PHER TRANSPORTATION: 



X 



712 40 
ft 7» 
-1 -100 



um 



709 



m 



NM9 



19*5 






1999 



Arsons entering via stages, 
arsons entering via trains, 
Arsons entering otherwise, . 
Total other transportation, 

5 "AND TOTAL ALT, VISITORS, . . 



1» 7ft® 






mm i9w 




Increase 



Number Percent 



htomobiles in public camps during month, 
Snipers in public camps daring month, . . 



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UNITED STATES 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

STATUS OF AUTHORIZED PROJECTS 



Yellowstone 



National Park for the Month of 



Hwrch,!^ 





| Percent | Percent | Percent 


obable 


Description of Projects 


| Constructed! Constructed! Constructed! 


Date of 




To Date | This Month | Last Month | 


Comp] i on 



fmarr -ntera* 

at* 

ithfoX 
Gurf ttem:, 

4blL..tln Itotd^doif** oiling 
. 

I . '.laenup A Oil 
*c rri 8-1 -• «li sor; 'OaA , 

Oftt 
rail 
*orr«: . 

t«Bood :i<9a3tap 

Jholo Cueoades, 
Aeosmp 



TO 

99 
50 

90 

95 

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30IVH3S ^HA^ JAUOITAH 

"J A 10 SUTAT3 
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iy, 1931 ; 



UNITED STATES 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 



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STATUS OF PERSONNEL 
National Park for the Month of MARCH, lft32» 



This Month 



i ( This Month Last Year 

Appoi nted \ Non -Appointed j I Appointed i Non -Appointe d 



iber of employees beginning of month, ; _ 74 

iber of additions. 

'otal 

ber of separations 

ber of employees close of montn 



11 



31. 



3 



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I 

1— f& 



ML 

8 



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ber f promotions during month 



regate amount of annual leave taken 
regate amount of sick leave taken., 
•egate amount of leave without pay.. 



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135^ 

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83TAT3 QHTl/lU 

FJO;fl3Tl/ll 3HT 30 TH3MTflA^3a 

3DIVH38 >i«Aq JAUOITAH 

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10-160 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 



REPORT OF PARK REVENUES 



T^ 10 *** 00 * National Park for the Month of 


March, 1932 


This Last 
Year Year 




$480.05 # 35.00 
347.40 2.332.80 


Total., 


$827,45 $ 2,367.80 


Remitted, 


809.95 2,365.60 


On hand close of month, 


# 17.50 2.20 




.... #219,453.13 


Park revenues received last year to date, 


248,860.45 


, 


29,407.32 




11.8168 





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3DIVFJ32 XHA^ JAUOITAH 






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lo rfJnoM 9riJ- iol JiiB^ IsnoiJfiW 

"it"' 

noai lo sninnis^cf bnerf no 9Ufl9V9i 

..IsJoT 

berime 

.litnom lo oaolo bat 

<9 j£b OJ- TB©Y SXflJ- b9Vi9091 39JJXI9V9 

,3+jeb OJ" 6Bl b9VI909T 39Iin9V9' 

. . ( 93£910fliP 

noiH*lo Jnoo T9l 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK &ERV8CE 

IEPORT OF TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH BUSINESS 



BUMmara 



National Park for the Month of 



OCAL BUSINESS 

of circuit maintained . 

o. of telephones co ct . 
o- of measured service calls 

o. of other local calls. • . 

No. of local calls. . . 

eak lead in calls per day. . 



UaROR, im* 



' i 
Month 



This 
Month 
t Year ' 



Encre Perce 
Inert ; 



166 
__U5 



IT? 



lift 



4 
• 



U56 
90 



OB 



I pis from measured service calls 

eceipts from coin "boxes 

scripts from telephone rental. . . 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 



)NG DISTANCE BUSINESS 



Outoound cs 
Inbound calls 



TOTAL LONG DISTANCE CALLS 



*3 



T9 

m 






-OS 
-18 



hak load in c. per day 

fcceipi.s frcm Long Distance lousiness 

APH BUSINESS 



via 7/?stern 

via 

TOTAL MESSA( 



?ts fr -iph business 

ey transfer raessagi 
) of i trans * i .GipLS . 



Ikl - PTS TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH DEPT- 



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UNITED STATES 

DEPARTMENT OF THE SNTERIOR 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 



tmion mm i 



"ELECTRICITY GENERATED, SOLD, USED, ETC 



National Park for the Month of 



IHMU 10. . 



This This Last 

This j Travel | Month Travel 

Month j Year Last Year 

I To Date I Year To Date 



Increase for 
Travel Year 



Number 



Percent 



ism. mam. »«*•& mm*i -xowia «*» 



iin it generated, .... 

Did to park operators, . . . 

>ld to others, 

i to other Governmental 
latencies, . . 



,' National Park Service, 5005^ a^^o^ sgNO.T ftSftUUM - 

in transit, etc., . . . 



Total current generated, . . 



-013 



51090. 897710.0 &S^O»0 MftfcUO -16932.0 -OS 



-eceivaTjle from the sale of electricity, 



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United States 
Department of the Interior 

National Park Service 
Yellowstone National Fark 
Yellowstone Park, Wyoming 



Mcich 15, 19 32,. 



MEIIORANDLMFOR PARK Ri-.IGERS. 



Inclosed herewith aie several report forms covering the 
charges of meals while on official travel status. (Reference, 
Ranger Manual, Paragraph 6, Section 57). 

Frequently it i s necessary to order signs during the season, 
For this purpose tie re are also inclosed several copies of sign 
requisitions. The desired sign should to worked out carefully 
before ordering. 

Please note that the above forms fit the Park Service Diary 
Books. 

Also inclosed is a sheet of first aid h ints which will at 
a timo of emergency prove to be valuable .' It is suggested that 
it be folded so as to fit the Park Service diary book for handy 
re f e ro nc e • 



Inclosures °°?£ J' BagGlCy 

Chief Ranger 



United States 
Department of the Interior 

National park Service 
Yellowstone National Park 
Yellowstone Park, Wyoming 



March 30, 1932, 



CIRCULAR NO. 2 



TO WHOM IT LAY CONCiSKN: 



Effective this date the Yellowstone River and all of its 
tributaries lying within the boundaries of Yellowstone National 
Park will be closed to fishing until further notice. 

All other waters within Yellowstone National Park are closed 
to fishing with the exception of Heart, Lewis and Shoshone Lakes. 

Regulations governing fishing for the 1932 park season will 
be issued at a later date. 



Joseph Joffe 
Acting Superintendent. 



POSTMASTERS : Please post. 



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